Solicitor and Director
Sukhbir began his career working in the Press Office and the Internal Audit Department at the Lord Chancellor’s Department – now The Ministry of Justice. Sukhbir qualified as a solicitor at Moon Beever, a niche practice specialising in Insolvency and litigation in London in 2001 having joined them in 1998. He remained at Moon Beever until 2003.
He moved back to his roots in Birmingham to take up a position as an investigator with the Director Disqualification Unit at the Insolvency Service, targeting directors of failed Company’s and preparing evidence on behalf of the Secretary of State for Business Innovation and Skills (now known as Secretary of State for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy), seeking disqualification orders against directors, having carried out the preliminary investigative work.
Sukhbir moved to a niche law firm in Central Birmingham in 2004 working in the Corporate Recovery and Insolvency Department and in 2007 set up Neil Davies & Partners with his co-director, Neil Davies.
Sukhbir has become particularly well-known for dealing with insolvency advice, insolvency disputes, antecedent transaction related work as well as advising directors finding themselves on the wrong end of misfeasance claims by liquidators, directors facing disqualification proceedings, and asset and debt recovery matters.
In addition to acting for individuals and company directors, Sukhbir provides advice on insolvency related matters to clients including insolvency practitioners and trade creditors. Sukhbir also has over 20 years of broad experience in matters relating to partnership disputes, enquiries and claims by trustees in bankruptcy, the Official Receiver, the Insolvency Service, liquidators and Urgent relief, court applications, injunctions and freezing orders as well as tax disputes involving Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs. Sukhbir is passionate about his clients, his work and getting results.
Away from work Sukhbir enjoys live music, the arts, cooking, reading, travel, and spending time with family and friends. To add balance, Sukhbir follows the fortunes of Aston Villa.